An Arizona couple will have to pay Nintendo over $12 million for running websites that offered free downloads of classic video games
|11/15/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Nintendo of America was recently awarded a $12.23 million dollar judgement in federal court against a married Arizona couple accused of copyright infringement.
- Jacob and Cristian Mathias allegedly acknowledged they operated websites that distributed free, unofficial copies of Nintendo video games along with software that emulates Nintendo consoles.
- The websites at the center of the lawsuit, LoveROMs.com and LoveRETRO.co, offered free games to more than 17 million visitors per month.
- The pair reportedly agreed to the judgement rather than face a lengthy court battle and even more potential damages owed to Nintendo.
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